[PD] interface/pd-based standalone applications question
pedro.lopes at ist.utl.pt
Wed Jun 30 20:53:39 CEST 2010
Processing (i don't like to type it with 55 =P but I know its the
original...) is completly transparent to OS. It works normally with Linux,
just grab it and launch it. Its java... so its JavaVM and OS-independent.
I have used processing with Pd, currently I'm using AS3 because its faster
for me...(coding wise). Although I'd rather have this on p5 because its
On Wed, Jun 30, 2010 at 4:08 PM, Mathieu Bouchard <matju at artengine.ca>wrote:
> On Tue, 29 Jun 2010, Mike Moser-Booth wrote:
> I've always thought that what Max considers standalones is kind of shady.
>> They're just the patch and Max Runtime bundled together. The only difference
>> is that the patch(es) used are put together in a single file (which Max
>> calls a collective, but anyone with Max can open on their own and edit) and
>> that the Runtime automatically loads the patch.
> What's the problem ? The difference is in the expectations. If you come
> from a QuickBASIC MSDOS background and were picking standalone over the
> version that used Brown42."EXE", the difference you were picking was in the
> bundling of precompiled code into a file that already was containing your
> own compiled code anyway. Thus the only difference was in the linking
> options : it didn't make the difference between compiling and not compiling,
> and in that sense, Max standalones don't have to make that difference, when
> the job is a job of bundling.
> It more just gives the "impression" of a standalone executable.
> It's a standalone executable. (what are you talking about ?)
> it's really not much different than just running the patch normally.
> That's what the GOAL is.
> If there was another goal, you'd have a checkbox somewhere or a different
> dialogue that takes you through a different process, such as DRM,
> obfuscation, compilation/optimisation, or whatever else that is a means to
> reach the goal that you want to reach.
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